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From Our Readers – Comments & Suggestions – 9/28/2016

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Re. VIDEO: Lyme disease and other invisible illnesses: Are they really invisible or are you not looking?
 
Patrick’s video, YOU CAN’T SEE IT.
 
Patrick and friends, WELL DONE! You experience everything I do about the extreme sensitivities to:
 
* lights, glare, and reflections are like looking directly at the sun for me;
* chemical smells…you named a few of them. I couldn’t go to a grocery store for 5 years; my husband had to go for us.
* my hearing is amplified! Husband was deaf in 1 ear due to a broken ear drum and hard of hearing in other. Not good for me needing LOW volume on tv shows!
 
5 * to you/friends for getting it across well in a 5 min. video.
 
BettyG, Iowa activist
48 yrs. chronic lyme this xmas
35 yrs. MISDIAGNOSED by 40-50 drs.
UNACCEPTABLE!


Re. The Best Diet for People with Lyme Disease
 
An article comment has been posted by bettyg : http://www.prohealth.com/library/showarticle.cfm?libid=29333#discuss
 
Connie’s best diet
 
Connie, please have SHORTER paragraphs double-spaced for us neuro cognitive lyme/co-infection patients. We just can’t read your articles as is.
 
Thanks for helping us to become better educated 😉
 
Betty Gordon
Iowa lyme activist
47.5 yrs. chronic lyme
35 yrs. misdiagnosed by 40-50 drs.
unacceptable!

Re. The Best Diet for People with Lyme Disease 
 
Hi Betty,
 
Thank you for your comments! We are glad you enjoy reading ProHealth’s articles.
 
I am sorry you have struggled to read the articles due to paragraph sizing/spacing. Unfortunately, the format of the website will not allow me to double -space articles.
 
I follow professional writing standards when breaking up paragraphs and I cannot edit the size of paragraphs on other people’s articles because to do so would constitute altering other people’s content without their permission.
 
I am sorry that this presents an issue for you. I do my best to make the articles readable for everyone and hope that you will be able to find a solution (perhaps enlarging the font on your computer?) that will help you to better read the articles.
 
Nonetheless, I will bear in mind your request and do my best to keep the paragraphs short, wherever possible.
 
Thank you,
 
Connie Strasheim
Editor
Re. Emerging Forms of Borrelia – Expanding beyond Lyme borreliosis.
 
An article comment has been posted by gsr007:
 
Borrelia is the co-infection
 
http://www.townsendletter.com/July2009/ed_lyme0709.html
 
“The knowledge base about both Bartonella testing and treatment borders on the disastrous. Bartonella is one of the most common infections in the world. Calling it a “coinfection” is nonsense; if anything, Lyme is the “coinfection.” It is found in vast numbers of common vectors, including dust mites, fleas, flea feces, pet saliva, and ticks. Amazingly, it can turn off or lower antibodies to Lyme disease, Babesia, Ehrlichia, Anaplasma, and even itself. Bartonella floats in blood and also enters all blood vessel walls without causing a fatal fever, and indeed actually lowers fevers. It is the ultimate stealth infection. It turns off antibodies, fevers, and immune function defense chemicals as it damages organs in 20 to 60 ways.”

Re. Lyme Disease, Morgellons Disease, and GMO Foods, All Connected?
 
By rsquared :
 
I have had the opportunity to learn far more about this than most victims. The CDC report done by Kaiser Permanente was so bad that they should return the money or be arrested or both. It was done poorly to show a predetermined result.
I agree with your conclusion, to rebuild your immune system. Many don’t have resources for the long time required to heal. The only thing worse than not being treated for it is being treated, as everything the medical community does for it is wrong, historically speaking. The CDC does not care for some strange reason…

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